In an effort to inject a little creativity into my samples at the end of the 135mm f/2.8 Series-E review, I took it upon myself to do a solo photo-walk around town. Granted, my town isn’t exactly a great place for street photography, as “downtown” consists of about three blocks. Outside of that, suburbia. I figured this might present a great challenge, and I’m very glad I stood up to it. In addition to getting some great shots for the review (and this post), I ran into a photographer named Butch. With him were a few other photographers, part of the Central Kentucky Photo Group, a local internet-connected photo meet-up community. An organization like this is EXACTLY what I have been looking for, as I have always wanted to go on group photo walks in big(ger) cities in my state to give real street photography a try.
Long story short, we talked, and walked, and shot some pictures (thus my solo-walk turned into a small group!)—mine in the set below. Funny enough, their reason for being in my hometown was a meet-up for a “small-town Americana” photo-walk. Geeze, I keep forgetting how small my town is.
And now for some shots that didn’t make it into the review (just because of length constraints):
That’s all for this one folks, thanks for dropping by. Comments welcome, and as always, have a great one!